I'm thankful for teeth. I like them.
I'm thankful for funny things that make me go into space.
I'm thankful for you, Mom.
I'm thankful for toilet paper.
I'm thankful for computers.
I love books.
On Thursday we spent the day with Brian's relatives at his parents' house here. It is so nice to have them close to us! We had a yummy dinner and good backyard cousin playtime. The Redskins even won. Weird. Then Black Friday morning we drove down a traffic-less I-95 to my aunt and uncle's house in Richmond for our traditional second Thanksgiving dinner with them, my brother and his girlfriend and my cousin. Delicious. Saturday we spent most of the day at the Children's Museum of Richmond, which I strongly urge everyone with kids to visit. It's a great place at a bargain price. (Here is my review.) For kids who love to pretend, like ours do, you can't beat it.
It's been a nice Thanksgiving season. I am thankful for everything in my life, with the exception of that sink full of dishes and the less than clean kitchen floor.
|Classic Clark Surprised Face- in the Richmond garden|
|Now where did that head go?|
|Waitin' for turkey with Uncle A|
|Making orange chocolate chip breakfast scones|
|Riding a dinosaur at the museum|
|Playing store with Aunt Anne|
|First-ever carousel ride! No idea why Clark wanted to ride the freakish bunny.|
|Dressing up in the theater|
|My little thespian|
|Putting on a puppet show. Spoiler: after the lion eats the bear,|
the bear somehow comes back and eats the lion.
|Goofy grocery store employees|